If you’re headed to Sin City for the upcoming holiday, we salute you! After all, enjoying a weekend of fine dining, stellar entertainment and high-end shopping sounds a whole lot better than eating Aunt Margie’s green bean casserole. But of course, Thanksgiving dinner is still Thanksgiving dinner. If you’ll be in Vegas, here’s where to go for the best Turkey Day food:

db Brasserie at the Venetian

Thanksgiving dinner prepared by a world-renowned chef? Yes, please. Chef Daniel Boulud’s db Brasserie offer a three-course Thanksgiving prix fixe menu of French-inspired foods, including soups, turkey, stuffing, potatoes and your choice of seasonal desserts.

BLT Burger at the Mirage

A burger for Thanksgiving dinner? You might actually be thankful for the change of pace when you try the restaurant’s famous Turducken burger. Hey, even if you can’t make it for dinner on Turkey Day, you can still try to the dish; it’s available most of the week.

N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms

Not a turkey fan? (For shame!) Don’t worry; the N9NE Steakhouse, located at the Palms, is happy to offer you a Thanksgiving dinner that’s a little less traditional. Try grilled Gulf shrimp or Florida crab, or go old-school with a turkey dinner (yes, they have it).

Tacos & Tequila at Luxor

If Thanksgiving is no reason to forgo a little spice, Tacos & Tequila has you covered. They’ll serve you turkey, but they’ll do it with a south-of-the-border flair. Their turkey torta comes with pinto bean puree and chipotle aioli. Perhaps all that spice will wake you up from your turkey coma!

Morel’s French Steakhouse and Bistro at the Palazzo

If traditional and upscale is your thing, head on over to the Palazzo. Serving up gourmet Thanksgiving dinners complete with butternut squash soup, oven roasted turkey, stuffing and all the fixes, you’ll feel like you’re home again – only without the cleanup (or Grandma asking you when you’re going to start having babies).

Coming to Vegas this Thanksgiving and don’t want a typical Thanksgiving dinner? Book a food tour instead!